Opinion

BC Blaze—a breath of fresh air among otherwise lukewarm Student Life events

7 days ago Triangle 0
Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer By all rights, BC Blaze should have been a mediocre escape from the drudgery of college life. Instead, it was downright fun. The school broke out the same cornhole, ladder toss, spikeball and kanjam sets that populate every Student Life event. That combination of games along with music is Read More

Joker: A cinematic look at madness

1 month ago Triangle 0
Written by: Devin Burrow, managing editor Few movies have ever managed to create an uneasy, yet moving atmosphere like director Todd Phillips’ new R-rated comic book flick, Joker.  Released on Friday, Oct. 4, the film uses veteran actor Joaquin Phoenix’s performance to create a more mad and sinister villain than we have ever seen before.  Read More

The pros and cons of Universal Basic Income

1 month ago Triangle 0
Written by: Joshua Bianchi, assistant editor One of the most bothersome parts of election time is sorting through the different ideas and their relation to your life as an American citizen.  Democrat presidential candidates have proposed many alternatives to President Donald Trump’s economic policies. Several have drafted a universal income plan in years past, but Read More

Fall “must do’s”

2 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Rylee Evans, staff writer Fall is one of my favorite seasons: from the cool, crisp air and colorful falling leaves to cozy sweaters and warm drinks. For some, fall can mean hunting season, football season, pumpkin spice everything or just another season. I, personally, could not be more excited for fall to come Read More